Season Summary: 1967
The 1967 VFA season was arguably one of the worst in Williamstown Football Club history.
Despite Ian Nankervis joining the club from VFL side Carlton, the club won just two games to finish in last place.
The pain of taking home the wooden spoon was emphasised further with the club being relegated to second division for the first time.
At the end of the 1967 season, Seagulls legend Gerry Callahan called time on his coaching career with Williamstown.
Given Callahan had been a major part of the club as either a player or coach since 1951, his departure further compounded the fact that Williamstown had been relegated from first division football.
Callahan finished his career having played 171 games and winning five premierships in the blue and gold.
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